David M Reiner
TitleCited byYear
The drivers of Chinese CO2 emissions from 1980 to 2030
D Guan, K Hubacek, CL Weber, GP Peters, DM Reiner
Global Environmental Change 18 (4), 626-634, 2008
4802008
Carbon capture and storage (CCS): the way forward
M Bui, CS Adjiman, A Bardow, EJ Anthony, A Boston, S Brown, ...
Energy & Environmental Science 11 (5), 1062-1176, 2018
2452018
The evolution of a climate regime: Kyoto to Marrakech and beyond
MH Babiker, HD Jacoby, JM Reilly, DM Reiner
Environmental Science & Policy 5 (3), 195-206, 2002
1582002
American exceptionalism? Similarities and differences in national attitudes toward energy policy and global warming
DM Reiner, TE Curry, MA De Figueiredo, HJ Herzog, SD Ansolabehere, ...
Environmental science & technology 40 (7), 2093-2098, 2006
1402006
CO₂ Emissions Limits: Economic Adjustments and the Distribution of Burdens
HD Jacoby, RS Eckaus, AD Ellerman, RG Prinn, DM Reiner, Z Yang
The Energy Journal, 31-58, 1997
1341997
The acceptability of CO2 capture and storage (CCS) in Europe: An assessment of the key determining factors: Part 2. The social acceptability of CCS and the wider impacts and …
S Shackley, D Reiner, P Upham, H de Coninck, G Sigurthorsson, ...
International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control 3 (3), 344-356, 2009
1132009
Dynamics of the UK natural gas industry: System dynamics modelling and long-term energy policy analysis
KC Chi, WJ Nuttall, DM Reiner
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 76 (3), 339-357, 2009
1002009
A survey of public attitudes towards energy & environment in Great Britain
TE Curry, DM Reiner, MA de Figueiredo, HJ Herzog
Cambridge, MA, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2005
852005
An international comparison of public attitudes towards carbon capture and storage technologies
D Reiner, T Curry, M de Figueiredo, H Herzog, S Ansolabehere, K Itaoka, ...
NTNU [2006]. URL http://www. ghgt8. no, 2006
812006
Stakeholder perceptions of CO2 capture and storage in Europe: results from a survey
S Shackley, H Waterman, P Godfroij, D Reiner, J Anderson, K Draxlbauer, ...
Energy Policy 35 (10), 5091-5108, 2007
79*2007
The acceptability of CO2 capture and storage (CCS) in Europe: An assessment of the key determining factors: Part 1. Scientific, technical and economic dimensions
H De Coninck, T Flach, P Curnow, P Richardson, J Anderson, S Shackley, ...
International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control 3 (3), 333-343, 2009
752009
Learning through a portfolio of carbon capture and storage demonstration projects
DM Reiner
Nature Energy 1 (1), 15011, 2016
712016
Stakeholder attitudes on carbon capture and storage—an international comparison
F Johnsson, D Reiner, K Itaoka, H Herzog
International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control 4 (2), 410-418, 2010
712010
How aware is the public of carbon capture and storage?
T Curry, DM Reiner, S Ansolabehere, HJ Herzog
Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies 7, 1001-1009, 2005
712005
Perceptions of opinion leaders towards CCS demonstration projects in China
X Liang, D Reiner, J Li
Applied Energy 88 (5), 1873-1885, 2011
632011
Structural decline in China’s CO 2 emissions through transitions in industry and energy systems
D Guan, J Meng, DM Reiner, N Zhang, Y Shan, Z Mi, S Shao, Z Liu, ...
Nature Geoscience 11 (8), 551, 2018
532018
Communicating CCS: Applying communications theory to public perceptions of carbon capture and storage
S Brunsting, P Upham, E Dütschke, MDB Waldhober, C Oltra, J Desbarats, ...
International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control 5 (6), 1651-1662, 2011
532011
Environmental assessment of geologic storage of CO2
JJ Heinrich, HJ Herzog, DM Reiner
Second National Conference on Carbon Sequestration, 5-8, 2003
522003
Developments in public communications on CCS
P Ashworth, S Wade, D Reiner, X Liang
International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control 40, 449-458, 2015
492015
Assessing the value of CO2 capture ready in new-build pulverised coal-fired power plants in China
X Liang, D Reiner, J Gibbins, J Li
International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control 3 (6), 787-792, 2009
49*2009
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